Sep 12, 2017

Team-based primary care may improve CHD, lower costs

Researchers found that team-based primary care may be beneficial in improving coronary heart disease risk factors and lowering health care costs, but patients may only reap these benefits if the current care payment system is restructured. “We hypothesized that, because patients with [coronary heart disease (CHD)] are at a much higher risk of another cardiac event in the near term, it

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